This week, I am honored to welcome Nan Arthur as our expert, discussing Calming Your Dog

Check out the conversation on our forum and ask your questions on calming your crazy canine!

I had the opportunity to meet Nan while in Oakland for the Association of Pet Dog Trainer’s conference last week which only increased my excitement about and gratitude for her visit with us on the forum as this week’s pet expert. Nan took time out of her schedule to sit down and talk with me; and she was so helpful to me, giving great feedback on and solutions for a training situation I’ve been pondering so much lately. She’s a good listener, a thoughtful and compassionate responder, it was easy for me to see why her students and clients enjoy learning from Nan so much. I enjoyed my time with Nan immensely. She has a huge heart for dogs and their people.

I’m thrilled to welcome Nan on board at RBDT this week. She will be discussing the topic of her recently published book, Chill Out, Fido!.

More about Nan Arthur:

Nan Arthur has been involved in the behavior and training field for more than 16 years with dogs and over 20 with cats, and has a deep belief that her mission is to help pet parents and their animals understand and communicate clearly with one another using the science of positive-only behavior and training methods.

Nan is an 9-year member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and holds many other certifications in the behavior and training field. She is also a certified Veterinary Assistant as well as an award winning writer and photographer. Nan recently graduated from the Karen Pryor Academy and was selected to become a faculty member of the Karen Pryor Academy. She also completed her preliminary certification in TAGteach (teaching with acoustical guidance).

And finally, Nan is the proud pet parent to Goldie, Austin and Billy Jean, and all of whom came to her life with special needs and the opportunity to learn more about animals.

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